Install & repair sewer systems
Drain line augering
Jetting 1 ½” – 10” lines
Septic systems are wastewater treatment systems that collect, treat, and dispose of wastewater generated by homes or businesses. The wastewater is treated onsite, rather than collected and transported to a centralized community wastewater treatment plant. If properly designed, installed, and maintained, a septic tank system can effectively treat household wastewater for up to 20 years or more.
A septic system consists of two main parts - a septic tank and a drainfield, also known as a leachfield, disposal field, or a soil absorption system. The entire system is connected by pipes, and a sewer pipe connects the home or business to the septic system.
After the wastewater is allowed to settle and separate in the septic tank, the partially treated liquid from the middle layer flows through the outlet baffle or tee to the drainfield.In a conventional septic system, the wastewater flows by gravity from the septic tank to the drainfield or to a distribution device, which helps to uniformly distribute the wastewater flow in the drainfield.
Conventional Sewer System
Kent Morton – Certified Waste Water Installer – Advanced
Dallas Paris – Certified Waste Water Installer
Dan Tilkes – Certified Waste Water Installer